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midday. we're following up on breaking news this morning, surrounding two shootings in downtown minneapolis. police say 6 people were hurt in those shootings, both of which were likely gang related. they're also looking at whether the incidents are related. officers on the scene arrested one person. the first shooting happened around 1 a-m outside of a police station. two men were shot and are expecte block away, three men and a male teenager were shot. one of the victims is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his chest. new at midday... cancer drug developer merrimack pharmaceutic als is cutting 22 percent of its workforce. they made the big announcement this morning. the company is also looking for a new c-e-o... as it works to eliminate 200 million dollars in cuts. the company didn't say how many people work for
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this year shows it had 426 full time employees. they say this will not affect the launch of its new pancreatic cancer therapy drug. there's a deal to combine outdoor companies bass pro and cabela's. bass pro would pay cabela's shareholders 65 and a half dollars in a 4 point 4 billion dollar deal. but this deal creates uncertainty about jobs, and it's not clear how many jobs might be lost. this week the american red cross is opening people impacted by flooding in eastern iowa. a center in vinton at benton county emergency management is open from 11 a-m to 8 p-m today. workers there have clean-up kits. they include shovels, rakes, bleach, mops and more. officials are also on hand to help with paperwork needed for flood recovery. the red cross will open two more centers. tuesday and wednesday they'll be in cedar falls, and thursday
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rains any time soon. but can we expect any rain at all this week justin? low clouds near the eastern fringes of iowa will break up, while the rest of the area enjoys a continuation of a mostly blue sky. the afternoon looks like a comfortable one with highs in the lower 70s. we'll be even warmer tomorrow, reaching the upper 70s under a partly cloudy sky. some showers are possible tomorrow night into wednesday morning, followed by another round on thursday. cooler - but seasonable - air arrives thereafter as highs drop from the 70s back intot weekend is looking just fine for october with dry weather.toda y: partly to mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10 high: 73 alo: 72 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 53 iow: 57 the iowa state patrol now says a man died in
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troopers say it happened while the man walked on highway 218, just south of interstate 80, around 9 last night. all three vehicles were driving north. investigators have not released the name of the person killed, pending the notification of family. they have also not said why the man was walking on the busy highway. none of the drivers sustained injuries. in cedar falls, this man is charged with operating while intoxicated after police say he hit a pedestrian. this is the first offense for mc cedar falls police say kelly struck 24 year old tristin selby just before 2 saturday morning. it happened in the area of highway 57 and roosevelt street. selby is in critical condition at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics. right now iowa city police are looking for a man who cut someone with a large knife. a man told officers someone approached him and his friends near iowa avenue and dodge street around 2:30 yesterday morning.
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expected to be okay. police say the suspect is a white man between 20 and 30 years old. he has a dark beard, and was wearing a white t-shirt with dark shorts. two people in allamakee county face meth-related charges this morning following a narcotics investigation. the allamakee county sheriff's office made the arrests after executing two search warrants in lansing yesterday. authorities arrested 53 year-old amy downing of lansing for possession methamphetamine. that's after investigators found items used with illegal narcotics in a home at 211 valley street. during a traffic stop, authorities also arrested 56 year-old richard aswegan junior of west union. he is also charged with possession of a controlled substance. both are being held in the allamakee county jail. whenever you see news, call us on our newsline 9. the number is 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg
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controversies and revelations are now taking center stage in the presidential race. abc's lana zak looks at that, as well as the latest poll on the candidates. at his first campaign event of the day, donald trump made no mention of the bombshell tax story?instead hitting hillary clinton on cyber security. sot - donald trump / gop nominee failing to respond to the new york times report that he took a nearly billion dollar loss... following the collapse of his atlantic city casinos, his airline and the purchase of new york's plaza hotel. the huge loss could mean that, while following the law, trump could have avoided paying federal income tax for nearly two decades. trump calls the leak of his 1995 income tax return illegal. sot - donald trump "i had $975 million worth of personal debt. and that's down now to about $115 million and i'm going to pay that off very quickly, in fact over the next very short period of time." trump surrogates say trump is a 'genius' for taking advantage of
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campaign has another take on the trump tax story... sot - robby mook / clinton campaign manager "we talk about the rigged system out there; donald trump embodies that, the idea he didn't have to pay taxes for 20 years." lana zak oncam close: meanwhile, another controversy for the trump campaign. the associated press is reporting that several former cast and crew members from the apprentice have accused him of crass and sexist behavior on the set of the reality show. the campaign calls the claims 'totally false'. lz, abc news, washington vermont senator bernie sanders was supposed to speak today in iowa city today, but he had to cancel. instead, the democrat will campaign for hillary clinton in des moines on wednesday morning. it starts at 10:30 on drake university's campus. tomorrow, the two vice presidential nominees will meet for their debate. democrat tim kaine and republican mike pence will make their cases to americans at longwood university in farmville, virginia. the debate begins at
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on kcrg-tv9. new this midday... today governor terry branstad announced he will lead a trade mission to china and japan. he'll be joined by members of iowa's pork and beef industries when they head overseas next month. last year, iowa companies exported more than 2 billion dollars in good to both countries. and today at one, branstad will sign the "step it up" initiative. it's aimed at making the state of iowa healthier. it asks people to walk 30 minutes a day. it also sets up the healthiest state annual walk o it's been around 100 days since people voted to have britain leave the european union. so what's been the impact on businesses since then? we'll hear from two different business owners about the experiences they've had in our next half hour. up next, we put the five second rule to the test. find out whether scientists say this is a good rule to live by... or not. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
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fringes of iowa will break up, while the rest of the area enjoys a continuation of a mostly blue sky. the afternoon looks like a comfortable one with highs in the lower 70s. we'll be even warmer tomorrow, reaching the upper 70s under a partly cloudy sky. some showers are possible
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followed by another round on thursday. cooler - but seasonable - air arrives thereafter as highs drop from the 70s back into the 60s. at this point, the weekend is looking just fine for october with dry weather.toda y: partly to mostly sunny. 72 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 53 iow: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20 high: 78 alo: 76 dbq: 74 iow: 78 tom. night: chance of rain late. wind: se 10-15 low: 60 alo: 60 dbq: 57 iow: 62 wednesday: showers possible early, then partly cloudy. high: 74 low: 60
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60 friday: becoming partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 52 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 64 low: 43 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 42 monday: slight chance of showers. high: 67 low: 48 tuesday: slight chance of showers. high: 65 low: 51
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test. so, is the theory fact or fiction? cnn's kim hutcherson takes a look. most of us have heard of the five second rule. that's when you pick up dropped food within five seconds .... and you convince yourself it's safe to eat. well, crazy as it may seem....scientiest have done studies on this rule...and researchers from rgers university have debunked it. they droppe gummy candy on stainless steel, ceramic tile, wood and carpet. then they examined bacteria levels on the food... and for some of the items, contamination was instant! researchers say the contamination level depends on how how dirty the floor is ... and how much bacteria can make it from floor to food in a few seconds. so....some food for thought for floor eaters.... the next time you feel like using the 5 second rule excuse....consider this.. while the odds are in your favor that you won't get sick.....the food you are putting in your mouth is contaminated.. for today's
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speaking of food, there are a few new apps available to make your eating experience better. you may be familiar with tinder, the dating app where you swipe left or right to potentially choose a date. now, there's tender. people from around the world post recipes and pictures, and you swipe right to save it. eating out more your thing? check out the app, "no wait." it will essentially wait in line for you at your restaurant, and will send you a it's currently being used in 4 thousand restaurants across the country. as farmers gather crops in their farm fields, they're keeping a close eye on the price of grains and goods. we take a closer look at the market up next in the agribusiness report. plus, the fight against the zika virus continues in florida. we look at the new find there, and how many people in iowa are fighting the blood borne infection. stay
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report, i'm david geiger. ---- the u-s-d-a's quarterly grain stocks report.. is out.. and old crop corn and beans are up from projections.. slightly.. stocks reports like this help out farmers and market speculators by telling them how much corn.. wheat.. and beans there are in the country.. don roose with u-s commodities says it lets you know the exact amounts as of september 1.. "it tells you what kind of reserve we have to start at the end of the year, before we star the next year. what kind of a cushion we have to work wi our supply." on the numbers side.. old crop corn.. is at one point seven four billion bushels.. up a bit from last year.. of that.. on farm storage is up six percent.. at 627 million bushels.. old crop soybeans are up three percent at one hundred 97 million bushels.. june to august disappearance is up.. that means residual or unaccounted for demand.. so that's up about two hundred 50 million bushels.. soybean stocks on farms are down about 16 percent from last year.. at 41 point six million bushels.. that's given a nice little push to the grains.. just before the market close friday.. the farm economy is still weakening.. the federal reserve bank of kansas city reports the
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third quarter.. even with the u-s-d-a saying farm incomes will go up.. it says profit margins also remain poor in the cattle and dairy sectors.. ag credit conditions have also weakened as loan repayment problems have picked up. peanuts are now.. a healthy food. the food and drug administration announced it is starting the process to redefine the "healthy" nutrient content claim for food labeling.. but.. while it's doing that.. it also issued guidelines that let the industry refer to peanuts as healthy.. because of high levels of unsaturated fat and a beneficial nutrient profile.. the national peanut board says it's exciting to tell people its product is healthy. the comment period for the use of the term healthy in labeling is open until january 26th of next year. ---- and that's all the time i have for the show now.. thanks for post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.28 oc: standard
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welcome to the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. ---- the u-s-d-a's quarterly grain stocks report.. is out.. and old crop corn and beans are up from projections.. slightly.. stocks reports like this help out farmers and market speculators by telling them how much corn.. wheat.. and beans there are in the country.. don roose with u-s commodities says it lets you know the exact amounts as of september 1.. "it tells you what kind of reserve we have to start at the end of the year, before we star the next year. what kind of a cushion we have to work with. so it gives us an idea of our supply." on the numbers side.. old crop corn.. is at one point seven four billion bushels.. up a bit from last year.. of that.. on farm storage is up six percent.. at 627 million up three percent at one hundred 97 million bushels.. june to august disappearance is up.. that means residual or unaccounted for demand.. so at'0 llion bushels.. ybean ocks on ft 41 point six million bushels.. that's given a nice little push rtlose friday.. the farmonomy ie deral reserve bank of kansty re fell again in the third quarter ying farm incomes ll go up.. sae cked up. peanuts are now.. a althy food. the food and drug administration announced it is arting the process to redefinee
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t ittotell people its product i nuary 26th of next year. ---- and th's all the time iver tuning in! i he to seeyou againl post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.28 oc: standard new tests are suggesting some miami beach may still be infected with zika virus. officials say preliminary tests show that a new sample of mosquitos from the area have tested positive for the disease. state officials conducted the tests, but the c-d-c still needs to confirms them. if they are confirmed, it would be the sixth mosquito sample from miami beach with a positive test. so far in iowa, officials have found nine cases of zika. all were people who got the virus while traveling.
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this weekend, helping people in the movie industry. and lady gaga says she's going back to where it all started. find out where she'll soon take center stage next on t-v nine.
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industry. and lady gaga is going back to her roots. abc's jason nathanson has that and more in today's
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california over the weekend. some of the silver screen's most famous leading men lent their star power to charity. michael douglas ... george clooney ... hugh jackman ... and robert downey, junior all donating their time to raise money for the "motion picture and television fund," which helps industry workers with retirement and health care. sot hugh jackman: " ... i love this organization. that's why i support it as much as i can." sot george clooney: "... this is a community. this is a family here. and we all feel it." lady gaga is about to release her new album, weeks and you might find her performing her new songs -- in a bar near you. that's right -- the superstar singer, who can sell out sports stadiums, says she'll be playing some gigs in what she calls intimate dive bars. sot lady gaga: " ... i get to go perform these songs and really look my fans in the eyes when i'm singing to them .... " no word on a cover charge. finally, filmgoers visited "miss peregrine's
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director tim burton's new film the top earner at the weekend box office with an estimated 28 point five million dollars. opening in second, the big-budget "deepwater horizon" -- treading water with a disappointing 20 point six million. "the magnificent seven" rode into third place. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. as things continue to return to normal after the flood of 2016, there is still help for people available. we look at which services are drop off sand bags. and take a look at this shocking video out of new mexico, where a hot air balloon collided with power lines during an annual event. coming up, we'll tell you about the people inside of that balloon. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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bracing for impact as the powerfull hurricane matthew. we take a look at the steps they're taking as well as what it means for us here in iowa. investigators are trying to determine what led up to a fatal crash between a truck and a train in linn county. and alliant energy is saying "sorry" to its customers, after many got a big sur you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. hurricane matthew remains a strong storm as it moves it way north. and now island countries in the carribean are bracing for it. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest on the preparations there. nats - "...sawing..." with hurricane matthew on the move.. nats - "...drilling..."
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and reinforcing roofs.. nats - "...waves..." bracing for what could be catastrophic flooding.. sot - sean thomas / resident "my family.. i just want to know that they are safe and secure and that is why i'm doing what i'm doing right now?" in cuba.. winds reaching 130 miles per hour.. prompted the u-s military to evacute nearly 700 military families from guantanamo bay.. nats - "...winds..." the category 4 hurricane.. also has than 50- thousand people are still living in these makeshift tents.. temporary homes since the disastrous and deadly earthquake in 2010.. this time around.. the storm could dump up to 40 inches of rain across haiti, cuba and jamaica.. nats - "... ..."keeping residents busy stocking up.. and preparing for a storm that could be the worst they've seen in years. sot - melain azan / supermarket owner "it has been
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unbelievable amount of kerosene lamps, flashlights - you name it, every imaginary thing."sot - sofia graham / shopper "unbelievable shopping - way down there - the line is." elizabeth hur oncam close: this storm is already being blamed for one fatality.. a 16-year-old boy was killed on the island of st. vincent. eh, abc news, ny. meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. current track of the hurricane, and what it means for us here in iowa? low clouds near the eastern fringes of iowa will break up, while the rest of the area enjoys a continuation of a mostly blue sky. the afternoon looks like a comfortable one with highs in the lower 70s. we'll be even warmer tomorrow, reaching the upper 70s under a partly cloudy sky. some showers are possible tomorrow night into wednesday morning, followed by another round on thursday. cooler - but seasonable - air arrives
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at this point, the weekend is looking just fine for october with dry weather.toda y: partly to mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10 high: 73 alo: 72 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15
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things are getting back to normal for people after flooding. that includes sandbag drop off sites as well as the return of normal services. that includes the linn county-cedar rapids solid waste agency. garbage and recycling collections are back to normal today for people who were inside that flood evacuation zone. people who live there can put out their normal trash container as well as two 35-gallon bags for free. there are still two sandbag drop-off sites ellis park near the tennis courts and the other is in the noelridge pool parking lot. if you can't drop off your sandbags, the city will collect them, starting monday, october 10th. in other news... the university of iowa released a crime alert this weekend for a sexual assault. university police say sometime overnight last friday, september 30th, a person was assaulted by an acquaintance at an east side dorm. this is the second such report on campus so far this year. the linn county sheriff's
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investigating a fatal crash between a train and pick up truck. it happened around 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the intersection arabian road and the canadian national railroad tracks. that just south of alburnett. the sheriff's office says a 44-year-old man from marion was driving a ford pickup, towing a flatbed trailer, when he drove in front of the train. the truck caught on fire during the collision. the marion man died at the scene. they haven't released his name. no railway crew members were injured in the crash police in keokuk are looking into a shooting that left a woman dead. officers found 29 year old carissa rivers unresponsive shortly after midnight sunday. she was in an alley near 10th street and north 5th street. rivers died at the hospital. police have not identified a suspect in the shooting, but say the public is not in danger. just hours after being honored at saturday's cyclone football game, police arrested former running back troy davis on suspicion of public intoxication. iowa state
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a sobriety test when officers contacted him around 2:30 on sunday morning. the 45-year-old was held in the story county jail on a 300 dollar bond. davis played for the cyclones in the mid-1990's. he was a finalist for college football's top award, the heisman trophy, in 1996. isu brought davis back to campus on saturday to honor him for being inducted into the college football hall of fame. the number is 319-365-9999. send us some pictures and video too. the email address-- newsroom at kcrg dot com. alliant energy is apologizing to its customers. it comes after people saw higher than expected bills in the last week. alliant says the bills are accurate, because this summer was hotter than usual, and customers used more energy than normal. alliant also said a new billing system sent a lot of estimated bills to customers,
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typically, the company contacts users when that happens, but alliant says it didn't have the enough employees to do so. the company says it will help customers come up with payment plans. it'll also waive late fees for affected users. in black hawk county, dozens of people learned what it takes to manage and produce crops. organizers held a "farm crawl" at beck's orchard. the family has 55 apple trees and about a dozen goats. the owner, louis beck, taught kids how to make apple then placed it in a press. beck says often times people, especially kids, are surprised by the work that goes into prepping food. "i think for them to see you have to take apples and make it into pulp and squeeze them and actually see the juice coming run out into the pitcher and to learn this is how you get juice is from real raw fruit " and just a few miles away at fitkin farms, people
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types of corn. the farm there typically grows traditional corn and soybeans. the owner, jim fitkin, says he just started started growing popcorn in the last couple years, after a drop in field corn prices. "we have a glut of corn right now so corn prices are low. so to try to counter that more people have been growing popcorn so now popcorn prices are low" fitkin says it's important for people to understand the costs behind fresh food. and why prices can vary from year to in coralville, today marks the start of the mayor's clean-up week. people in coralville can get rid of any large items this week for free. just place things like furniture or bathroom fixtures on your curb before your regular trash collection day. all garbage bags and yard waste need to be tagged as usual. appliances, construction materials, electronics, or hazardous materials will not be accepted. for more information, call 319-248-1740. video out of new mexico shows the moment a hot
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explosion. take a look at this. this happened yesterday during the balloon fiesta in albuquerque. authorities say a man and woman were inside the basket when it happened. a woman was shocked in the incident and taken to the hospital, but there's no word on her injuries. the power company reported power outages throughout the area afterwards, as crews worked to replace some of the lines. 100 days ago voters chose to have britain leave the european union. out a plan this weekend, saying it could happen in 2019. with the vote, many businesses worried what would happen. and while some say they've been hurt, others say their business is booming. " "it's a complete and utter mess.
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stockist was in berlin in a menswear boutique and a week after brexit, they cancelled their order because they were not sure they'd be able to market a british brand in germany." " businesses say they will just have to learn to live with the uncertainty for the next two years. what do industries like aerospace and medicine have in common? how about parts used in products, made right here in eastern iowa. tv-9's chris earl will take next to see what they're making. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts
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rest of the area enjoys a continuation of a mostly blue sky. the afternoon looks like a comfortable one with highs in the lower 70s. we'll be even warmer tomorrow, reaching the upper 70s under a partly cloudy
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night into wednesday morning, followed by another round on thursday. cooler - but seasonable - air arrives thereafter as highs drop from the 70s back into the 60s. at this point, the weekend is looking just fine for october with dry weather.toda y: partly to mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10 high: 73 alo: tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 53 iow: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20 high: 78 alo: 76 dbq: 74 iow: 78 tom. night: chance of rain late. wind: se 10-15 low: 60 alo: 60 dbq: 57 iow: 62 wednesday: showers possible early, then partly cloudy. high: 74 low: 60 thursday: showers and storms likely. high: 73 low: 60 friday: becoming partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 52 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 64 low: 43 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 42 monday: slight chance of
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showers. high: 65 low: 51
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almost as long as the aerospace industry. the very intricate parts m-m-p puts together can be seen in aerospace, medical and electronic fields. some are major companies here -- and in other
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eastern iowa. midwest metal products has expanded more than a dozen times out of its facility in southwest cedar rapids -- a certain sign of the company's steady growth throughout the decades...and the industries. "aerospace, medical, that's pretty much our niche but we can do anything... computer enclosures, rack mounting for computer servers, medical devices as far as x-ray machines. we're starting to do the bases of it. " kevin urban has been an integral part of the core of midwest metal products for a long time. " you can buy all the machines in the world but if you don't have dedicated skill employees, it's worthless." employees comes from about 115 of them who work for m- m-p between three different shifts. "the customer will have an idea and, as far as making it manufacturable, that's where we come in." it's the precision of some of these final products that combines the engineering, math, physics and some efficiency mixed it. for aerospace, those products work around instrumentati on, gauges, search & navigation systems and storage. " we have hundreds of tools and if it's something we don't have, that's where the laser comes in. it's really high tolerance with the aerospace so we're looking at 5000th tolerance on a lot of things. it's very tight."
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their process very well and, more often than not, they know the upstream process and the downstream process very well. it gives them much more flexibility in scheduling vacation and employee boredom - you're not doing the same thing all the time. " tv9's chris earl with that
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report. we always welcome your thoughts and suggestions on businesses to feature for "made in eastern iowa". just send chris an email chris.earl@kcrg.com. sudden infant death syndrome causes more than 3 thousand deaths a year in the united states. our guest from st. luke's hospital is here to talk about how to cut down that
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infants die suddenly and unexpectedly each year in the united states from sudden infant death syndrome also known as sids. october is sids awarenes month. joining us to talk more about safe sleep practices is st. luke's nicu nurse andrea kelly. -why is infant safe sleep so important? -what does infant
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sleep look like? -what are some things parents, grandparents, caregivers need to avoid when it comes to infant sleeping? -where can people learn more about safe sleep?
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died in johnson county after three vehicles hit h on highway 218 around 9 last night. investigators are trying to determine why the man was on the busy highway. they have not released his name. this morning governor terry branstad announced he will lead a trade mission to china and japan. he'll be joined by members of iowa's pork and beef industries when they head overseas next month. last year, iowa companies exported more than 2 billion dollars in good to both countries. a center in vinton at benton
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management is open from 11 a-m to 8 p-m today. workers there have clean-up kits. they include shovels, rakes, bleach, mops and more. officials are also on hand to help with paperwork needed for flood recovery. the red cross will open two more centers. tuesday and wednesday they'll be in cedar falls, and thursday and friday in waverly. alliant energy is apologizing to its customers. it comes after people saw higher than expected bills. alliant says the bills are accurate, because this summer was hotter than usual, energy than normal. alliant also said a new billing system sent a lot of estimated bills to customers, which caught them off guard. alliant was not able to reach all of its customers to warn them about the bills. they say they will waive late fees for affected users. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. low clouds near the eastern fringes of iowa will break up, while the rest of the area enjoys a continuation of a
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comfortable one with highs in the lower 70s. we'll be even warmer tomorrow, reaching the upper 70s under a partly cloudy sky. some showers are possible tomorrow night into wednesday morning, followed by another round on thursday. cooler - but seasonable - air arrives thereafter as highs drop from the 70s back into the 60s. at this point, the weekend is looking just fine for october with dry weather.toda y: partly to 72 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 53 iow: 57 that's all the time we have today on the kcrg-tv9 news at midday. be sure to watch kcrg- tv9 news at 5 and 6.
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